Liberal, Marxist, and Feminist Approaches
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This paper examines the shared philosophical outlooks in Marxist, liberal, and feminist approaches, which the paper cites is that all three are concerned with the needs of the oppressed. The paper then addresses how these outlooks have influence Canadian political development. The paper defines each approach, with the liberal perspective focusing on the individual's human rights. It then contrasts it with the Marxist philosophy which is concerned with the disadvantaged classes. Finally, the paper addresses feminist thought and highlights the oppression of women through history.
From the Paper:"The Marxist, liberal, and feminist approaches share a pivotal characteristic in common in that all three are concerned with the needs of the oppressed. The liberal perspective is especially focused on the individual's human rights. Overall, "the Liberal Party was ultimately successful in identifying public needs, designing solutions to national social problems, and finally implementing programs". When the Liberals developed their system of social security, they did so as one aspect of a comprehensive national policy designed for social improvement. In sharp..."
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